A sign of refinement and good taste with Guerlain

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At French Maison Guerlain, the art of perfume and the art of living have always gone hand in hand. In 1900, women perfumed their gloves as well as their handkerchiefs and décolletés. One’s fragrant trail followed every movement as a sign of refinement and good taste. Guerlain home fragrances reveal their personalities in several candles and an Eau de Lit. A very elegant ritual. Ideal for perfuming your bedroom or living room.

Guerlain Winter Delice ‘Christmas’ Candle

 

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A warm break by the fireside during long and cold winter evenings. Nostalgic memories of the gourmet aromas of gingerbread and candied fruits. Comfort from the crackling fire, refreshed by the green notes of the pine needles, an evocation of contrasts of this festive season.

 

Guerlain Bois des Indes Candle

 

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A spellbinding journey through the sacred history of India. Clouds of smoky woods and wafts of offerings intertwine. The sweetness of sandalwood swirls together with the scents of dried bark and spice-laden soil. Along the river, a feeling of peace settles in.

 

Guerlain Contes Tahitiens Candle

 

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Fly away to lush shores where time lazes and lingers. Memories of islands covered in flowers, isolated from the rest of the world. Scents of sun-warmed sand. A fresh breeze blows the holiday fragrance of frangipani flowers, surrounded by mountains bewitched by the exhilarating smell of Ylang-Ylang.

 

Guerlain Hiver en Russie Candle

 

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A return to the dream of the sparkling palaces and sumptuousness of Holy Russia. The scalding-hot scented tea of a samovar blends with the smell of smouldering wood. Precious ashes of frankincense enriched with myrrh illustrate the mystical splendour of churches with golden domes.

 

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Notice: During the first use, wait until the wax is evenly consumed, all the way to the edges, before extinguishing the candle. The wick must always remain centred. If necessary, trim it to about 0.5 cm, straighten it and centre it.